Any Animal Control call received during non-business hours will be answered by the Denton County Sheriff's Department and dispatched to a Corinth Police Officer. During non-business hours and holidays, Animal Control Officers will be called out to emergencies and animal bites only. If you are the victim of or need to report an animal bite and it is an emergency, please dial 911.
Live Animal Traps
Live animal traps are available from Animal Control. There is no cost to use a trap, however there is a $50 deposit per trap. Please call to check availability.
City Ordinance requires that dogs and cats be registered with the city. License applications maybe be obtained at the Corinth Police Department. Registration fees are $10 per animal.
Dogs and cats over the age of 3 months must be registered with the city. Registration can be done at the Police Department during City business hours.
The registration fee is $10 per animal and is good for one year. The fee is waived for service animals.
Anti-rabies vaccination documentation issued by a registered veterinarian duly licensed to practice by the Texas Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners must be presented at the time of registra